A guide to informed product choices
A study from 2018 shows that belted and pants product types are easier to use than all-in-one and 2-piece product types(1). This higher usability translates into real value, such as:
Up to 13 weeks of caregiver time saved annually(2)
Products with higher usability scores generate significant time-savings during product changes. This could allow carers to refocus their time to meet user needs.
Up to 9 weeks of back bends saved annually(2)
Products with higher usability scores reduce physical strain on caregivers during product changes. This in turn can reduce sick leave and temporary staff costs.
Products with higher usability scores are likely to improve carers’ job
satisfaction and working environment.
TENA Flex and TENA Pants score higher
Belted and pants product types consistently received higher usability scores than all-in-one and pad-with-fixation-pant product types(3).
Watch the movie to see the differences.